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Thats how I know this access point is
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Educational Video 19 Aug 2005 Title: How to connect to a personal telco hotspot using Ubuntu Audience: End-users, some windows or os x or linux experience Start outside the cafe, with area citizen walking down the sidewalk. As the citizen walks past a cafe, a PTP sticker in the window is noticed. Citizen: "This cafe has free wireless internet - lets stop in and get on the net!" Citizen walks up to the counter to order a coffee drink. Citizen: "Hi. I'll take a mocha please" Barrista: "Okay, that'll be right up." Citizen walks over to a table and gets out the laptop. He boots the laptop. Show the ubuntu boot messages. Log in to ubuntu, start AP radar. Select a wireless access point. Start firefox, get the splash page. Citizen: "This is a Personal Telco Node. Thats how I know this access point is available for use by the public." Citizen clicks on I Agree on the splash page, then selects the original destination. The original destination comes up. Citizen: "That was easy!" End of video